This is, clearly, long overdue. It’s been a while since I’ve blogged on this Jewish feminist creation. Life is very busy and exciting right now. I started college and I’m in the midst of the angst and fun of freshman orientation. Between preparing for college and being here, it’s been difficult to keep up with the Jewish feminist sphere as well as to blog in general.
That is why, after a truly rewarding and teaching eight months of blogging and learning, I will now say goodbye. The experience of blogging on Jewish feminism has been so rewarding because every time I wrote a post, I learned something new. Every time I read anything that could relate to this blog, my practices of Judaism and feminism grew stronger. I am so grateful for the readers that allow this blog to have a purpose. I am grateful to the commenters who transform Jewish feminism into an evolving discussion. I am grateful to the JWA for allowing our readership and commenters to expand and for showing me a new side of Jewish feminism. I am grateful to Dina because without her, this blog would not continue and would not have survived.
That said, in order for this blog to continue, we need more bloggers. If you are interested, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE email us at email@example.com. I might not be writing, but I intend to keep reading. Thank you for this rewarding experience.